You pick the course and start the race when you want. That means you don’t have to get up at the crack of dawn , drive to a specified location and wait for the starting gun. NO water stations or First Aid available; Follow the City rules during COVID…keep your distance and wear a mask; Take a photo and post on social media #ARunThroughRedlands2021; stay hydrated and most of all have FUN!
Date: April 18, 2021. It will be virtual.
5K and 10K — $35, will include shirt.
1/2 M — $50, will include at tech shirt, if registration deadlines are met.
All registered participants will receive a shirt and medal if they meet the deadlines. To receive a shirt, participants must be registered by April 14th.
The registration date has passed to ensure a medal. Although, due to the overwhelming response to the event we have ordered an increased number of medals. Even so, if you register now, you will not be guaranteed a medal, because of the increasing demand.
Registration for the race will be open until midnight April 14th.
Picking up race materials:
Bibs, medals and shirts may be picked up at a COVID safe drive through, masks required. Pick-up times are Saturday April 17th and Sunday April 18th, from 10:00AM until 3:00PM, at the Redlands Mall in the south parking lot which is on Brookside Avenue. The Mall is located at 100 W. Redlands Blvd.
There will be a $9 mailing option.
The Run Through Redlands is broken down into three separate races: a 5k, a 10k and a half marathon. All of the courses wind through beautiful Redlands tree lined streets, pass historic home and provide breathtaking views of the San Bernardino mountains. That is if you have any breath left!
The 5k course is almost entirely flat which makes this a perfect race if you are wanting a PR! The 10k course features fewer climbs and will include running through historic Smiley Heights. The half marathon course will have less elevation gain than previous years and will include running through Prospect Park, the Redlands Country Club area, Redlands Community Hospital and Smiley Heights on the way back to downtown Redlands and the finish at the Redlands Bowl.
One Of The Biggest Running Events In The Inland Empire Area For Thirty-Eight Years